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MONKEY MINI CHEF travels to Dubai and the Far East…
Dubai is a city and emirate in the United Arab Emirates known for luxury shopping, ultra-modern architecture and a lively nightlife scene. Burj Khalifa, an 830m-tall tower, dominates the skyscraper-filled skyline. At its foot lies Dubai Fountain, with jets and lights choreographed to music. On artificial islands just offshore is Atlantis, The Palm, a resort with water and marine-animal parks.
Monday 12th June – One of our Pre-School mums will be coming in to do some cultural baking with the pre-schoolers.. and we are so looking forward to tasting it:)
Wednesday 14th June Amanda will be cooking some wonderful dishes from Dubai and Far East. The children will get spoilt with a Tabouli salad, falafel and chicken kebabs all infused with the most fragrant spices form the Far East…YUMMY! To finish off we will be tucking into some delicious Date and Spice cake…one of Amanda’s secret recipes!
Date: Friday 16th June
Time: 7.30 – 9.30am
If you are able to stay it gives you a chance to come in and see what your little ones get up to. You will also have the opportunity to sit down and have some breakfast with them and get involved with arts and crafts, racing cars and trucks, painting and sticking and lots of singing too…
If you need to dash off straight away after drop off you will be able to grab a ”BACON BUTTIE” to go…mmmmmm
We have now had 16 confirmed cases throughout the nursery of chicken pox… So please be on the lookout for those little spots that might appear in the next few days!
Please be mindful…
- The weather is starting to get warmer and the sun is starting to shine, please can we have a named sun hat for your little one. We will use Nivea factor 50 suncream, however, if you wish to use a different brand please bring it in with your child’s name on it
- Please make sure that we don’t leave prams outside the front door as it could obstruct any cars coming in/out the driveway
PICTURE OF THE WEEK!
Well done to Rupert in Babies who has created a wonderful artistic creation of Mehndi – traditional body art. Rupert has used his expert skills to create this using a straw! You are our top MESSY MONKEY this week.
Well done Rupert it is a fantastic piece of work!
We asked, you voiced, we listened… It’s happening!
Thank you parents, for your wonderful scores and feedback in our Spring 2017 Parent Survey. We are delighted with the results, it’s good to know that you are happy and we’re doing ok! We’ve been working hard….
We have taken on board the constructive comments and have already started working on the Action Plan. The overall results and the Action Plan are now on our website for you to review, in the ‘parent only’ access area. Please click on the link and enter ‘weybridge’ as the password http://monkeypuzzleweybridge.co.uk/parents-and-carers-area/.
We have also summarised everything for you and there is a board in our downstairs corridor for you to review the next time you are passing.
Please do shout if you have any questions.
Thank you again x
This week we are focusing on :Putting foreign objects in the nose or ear
Now that your baby is exploring the world around them, they will be interested in all the little things they find. They may also like to explore where they can put them, like up their nose or in their ear.
Objects can block the nose and, in some cases, cause infection. You might notice that your baby has difficult or noisy breathing, swelling of their nose or a smelly or blood-stained discharge from their nose.
Babies may also put objects in their ear, or insects may fly or crawl into the ear. If a foreign object gets lodged in the ear, it may cause temporary deafness by blocking the ear canal or in some cases it may damage the ear drum.